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Sustainably Harvested River Root Planters

Posted on March 26th 2017

One of a kind, unique planters and furniture made from the roots of Latin American trees. Read More

Category: Outdoor Gardening, Tips, Indoor Gardening

A "Petunia" on Steroids

Posted on June 1st 2016

I think we've finally found the perfect plant for our hot, dry, sunny summers in Boulder. Calibrachoas are a new type of plant that look like small petunias and are frequently mislabeled as such. Often referred to as Petunia Million Bells, they can produce hundreds of 1 inch flowers from early spring until frost. They are both cold and heat tolerant, and spring back even after a heavy downpour. These compact, mounded annuals grow 6 to 9 inches tall on mostly trailing stems. Unlike petunias, they don't need to be deadheaded and pinching back their stems is not required. Read More

Category: All About Plants, Outdoor Gardening, Tips

5 easy tips for a better vegetable garden in 2015

Posted on March 22nd 2015

Give your soil a boost organically without using harmful chemicals. Read More

Category: Outdoor Gardening, Tips

5280 Magazine Feature Article

Posted on December 9th 2014

"How to spruce up your stoop for the holidays." Read More

Category: Hanukkah, Christmas, In The News, Tips

"Cultivate the Farmer Within" with Maxfield's

Posted on February 28th 2014

We love Maxfield's. It's a small, new company in Denver with a mission to use recycled kitchen waste products and other sustainable ingredients to make beautiful soil conditioners that you can incorporate into your garden. These amendments will give your soil a carbon rich nutrient feast for healthier root systems, better blossoms and more fruit. Build a rich, healthy garden soil and you will nuture your family as well as Mother Earth. Read More

Category: Outdoor Gardening, Tips, Indoor Gardening